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The white and clean beach makes it very inviting. This site is internationall known as "majestic" for surfboard surfing. A Japanese group had invested in improving the site. They built cottages of single occupancy, a dining hall and a surfing area for sports enthusiasts. The surfing season starts in the month of October until January where the surf is noted to be fast and right handed.
This white sanded beach was developed by the local government who had built pavillions and sheds to accommodate swimmers. The beach is very ideal for weekend picnics and scuba diving. Crystalline waters abound with natural and colorful reefs where a number of species swarm in multi-colored panorama makes this beach a must see in the province.
Another white sanded and clean beach. It is located in Toytoy, Caramoan. The beach is ideal for picnics. The well developed coral formations underwater makes it very suitable for snorkeling and spear fishing.
This white sanded beach is a haven for surfboard surfing and wind surfing. There are caves nearby and coral formations are ideal for spear fishing. In some parts of the beaches, swimming is safe and recommended. The beach is strategically located in Igang Virac Catanduanes.
The cascading waterfalls is surrounded by a lush of vegetation and forest. Unspoiled wildlife makes the site an ideal place for picnic activities, hiking and mountain climbing. The falls is located in San Pedro Gigmoto Catanduanes.
There are ideal picnic grounds near the waterfalls. There is a wide pool that is ideal for swimming and diving. The lush greeneries around the site makes it a good hiking ground. Sheds are available for picnickers who would want to stay overnight. It is found in Marinawa.
Located in Bgy Buyo Virac, the cave has beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and is surrounded by small rolling hills.
BALONGBONG MINIHYDRO DAMSITE AND FOREBAY
Developed by the First Catanduanes Electric Cooperative (FICELCO), together with National Electrification Authority (NEA) which owned the power turbines being powered by a large waterfalls on the area under the Bureau of Forest Development (BFD). The source of power goes into three large turbines which provide the electric power over the whole island province. Around the site, hiking, camping and botanical field trips are advised. The forest and lush wildlife are suitable for these activities. Mountain climbing may be combined for a more interesting experience. The site is located at Guinobatan, Sipi Sibacungan Bato Catanduanes.
Located in Buenavista, Bato, this weather radar station has state of the art equipment. From the roof deck, the panoramic view of the surrounding area is simply breathtaking. Nearby, a Japanese tunnel could be seen. The station was a former radar site of the Japanese Imperial Navy during World War II.
HISTORICAL AND RELIGIOUS SITES
The face of "Our Lady of Sorrows" colorfully imprinted in a piece of stone that has progressivelyincreased in size. The replica is enshrined in a chapel at the barangay Batong Paluay, San Andres.
A silent witness and tomb of the massacred natives fleeing from pirates during the 17th century. To appease their troubled souls, a mini grotto and altar was built inside. Visitors can feel the cool damp air inside and wonder what's in the other chambers that the local fears. The cave is located in the town of San Andres.
BATO CATHOLIC CHURCH
The church was constructed in 1830. This massive structure of mortar and coral stones has withstood the test of time, wars and ravages of natural calamities. The historical and magnificently situated edifice is the only remaining complete structure of its genre in the entire island. The church is situated in the town of Bato Catanduanes.
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